Bart Fonteyne posted pictures on Sunday afternoon showing mud and wood spilling over Green Mountain Road. (Bart Fonteyne Facebook)

Bart Fonteyne posted pictures on Sunday afternoon showing mud and wood spilling over Green Mountain Road. (Bart Fonteyne Facebook)

Mudslide on road between Apex and Penticton

Mud and debris spilled onto Green Mountain Road Sunday

Sunday’s heavy rain may have contributed to a mudslide on Green Mountain Road between Olalla and Apex.

Bart Fonteyne posted pictures on Sunday afternoon showing mud and rocks spilling over Green Mountain Road. There have been no reports from DriveBC or Aim Roads on this but the News will update the story once there is more information.

One driver says the road is still open.

A thunderstorm and heavy rain also brought new high streamflow advisories for the Okanagan including the Similkameen River.

Rain is also expected for most of Monday and Environment Canada has issued another severe thunderstorm watch for South Okanagan.

READ MORE: High streamflow advisory

READ ALSO: Highway 1 and Coquihalla back to normal after long weekend closure, delays

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